Source: CA-14 cardioids> CA-9100> Sony PCM D50 (24/48)
Transfer: PCM D50> PC> Audacity (normalize, 16/44.1)> CDwave>TLH (flac level 8)
01. Natty's 7th Anniversary Intro
02. Movie Star
03. Teen Angst (What The World Needs Now)*
04. 100 Flower Power Maximum
06. Euro Trash Girl
07. Happy Birthday To Me
08. Sweet Potato>
09. This Is Cracker Soul
10. Wedding Day
11. Let's Go For A Ride
12. The World Is Mine
13. Hand Me My Inhaler
14. Turn On Tune In Drop Out
15. Been Around The World
16. Gimme One More Chance
18. Sweet Thistle Pie
20. Mr. Wrong
21. Lonesome Johnny Blues
23. Take The Skinheads Bowling
24. I See The Light
25. Encore Break
26. Sweet Magdalena Of My Misfortune
27. St. Catejan
*Train goes by during this song.
This show was a part of Natty Greene's Brewing's 7th Anniversary celebration.
Go see Cracker and buy their merch. Support taper-friendly artists.
Collection CrackerBand/Artist CrackerDate July 30, 2011Venue Natty Greene'sLocation Greensboro, NCSource CA-14 cardioids> CA-9100> Sony PCM D50 (24/48)Lineage PCM D50> PC> Audacity (normalize, 16/44.1)> CDwave>TLH (flac level 8)Taped by Dale GlennTransferred by Dale Glenn
August 19, 2011
August 3, 2011
Could someone put this up on etree?
August 3, 2011
Thanks to Natty's for doing these shows. The band was tight and the crowd was cool. A nice breeze kept everyone cool but didn't affect the recording much.
There is also a passing train in "Happy Birthday To Me" and David jokes about matching the key of a train horn.
I was the taper. sneakroute AT gmail.com if the other taper who was not running wants to get in touch.
August 1, 2011
GREAT SHOW and RECORDING!!!!
Where do I start? Been waiting a long time to see Cracker, it finally happened and they delivered....what a great show..thanks to Natty Greene's for having them play, thanks to Dale Glenn for doing a great job on the recording (vocals are up front, guitars are clean), thanks to Cracker for 20+ years of great music and allowing recording, thanks for modern digital technology (no more tape flips or 60/90 minute tapes that run out) and for the Internet/Internet Archive...I am one happy camper...